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Don Braden: The Fire Within

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Since he blew up back in ’84 with the Harper Brothers Quintet, great things have been expected of tenor saxophonist Don Braden. Further stints with Wynton and Betty (Look What I Got) made him a perennial TDWR. In ’97, Braden fulfilled all prophecies with the heady Shorter-Mobley-Coltrane-Grover Washington, Jr. frisson of The Voice of the Saxophone (RCA Victor).

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